The Daily Show is not the only faux news team in the Twin Cities this week for the 2008 Republican National Convention. Lizz Winstead brought her Shoot the Messenger crew from New York City to Minnesota, where they’re in the middle of a three-night run at the Parkway Theater in Minneapolis (final show tonight at 7 p.m.). The StarTribune talked to Winstead about the field trip — we learn her brother is the Republican mayor of nearby Bloomington — and here, we can see an excerpt from their first night’s show on Tuesday, which, for those of you who need reminding, is built around "Wake Up World with Hope and Davis," the nation’s only six-hour morning program hosted by Hope Jean Paul (Winstead) and Davis Miles (Baron Vaughn):
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